Walking Routes

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Project description

Key Impact categories:
Air Quality

Urban walking zones, also known as pedestrian zones, offer several benefits to residents. This project seeks to make short local journeys easier, more pleasant, and more accessible. These areas priorities pedestrians and non-motorized modes of transportation, creating spaces that are more conducive to walking and human interaction.



  • Deliver 10 miles of walkable routes
  • Increase the number of people walking
  • Reduce risks to pedestrians and cyclists


  • Miles of walking routes provided
  • Number of priority pedestrian crossing provided
  • Average speed of vehicles


  • UK Local Authorities


  • Healthy Routes Network: Develop a network of routes that connect essential places like schools, workplaces, and amenities, designed to be convenient, safe, and accessible for walking and cycling.
  • Quality Requirements: Implement specific criteria for vehicle flows, speeds, lane widths, and turning risks to ensure the safety and comfort of pedestrians and cyclists.
  • Community Engagement: Involve the community and stakeholders in the planning and development process to ensure the routes meet local needs and expectations.
  • Partnership with TfL: Collaborate with Transport for London to improve walking and cycling conditions on streets controlled by other authorities.
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